3) Johns Hopkins' faceoffs. Siena also bid farewell to starting goalkeeper Tom Morr, who recorded a 9.55 goals-against average and a .543 save percentage and accounted for 936 of the team's 960 minutes in the net last year. Senior Matt Sharp is expected to get the start, but he has played in just four contests in his career. Still, Pietramala stressed that he's not looking for his players to take the first shot that presents itself against Sharp. "You need to take good shots," he said. "The biggest mistake you can make is to go into a contest with a kid whom you haven't seen a lot of and whom you don't have a lot of tape on and just say, 'All right, we're just going to throw the ball at the goal.' I think we've got to take good, high-percentage shots. I think we'd like to put some pressure on him early. I think that's important any time you're facing a new goalie."